P - 51B Mustang

The P-51 Mustang is one of the most famous US fighters of WW II. The P-51B Mustang was the first  Merlin-engine versions appeared in 1943.  During the WW II, the Merlin-powered Mustangs were exactly what the Allied bombers in Europe desperately needed, and they became famous for their long range and potent high-altitude escort capable. We have modelled the P-51B in a highly detailed "weathered look" covering to reflect the wartime struggles and hardships that this legendary fighter went through.

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All Balsa and lite-ply construction
Fully covered in weathered detail
Fiberglass Cowling
ABS Drop tanks
Hand painted pilot
Control surfaces pre-hinged and installed



Wingspan: 58.2" (1,48m)

Fuselage: 46.8" (1,18m)

Weight: ~ 6.0 - 6.5 lbs (~ 2700-2925g)

Engine req: .40 - .46 (2 stroke),.60-.70 (4 stroke)

Radio req: 5 channels, 5 servos


Assembly instructions with stage photos


Servo trays

Engine mounts

Fiberglass cowling

Radiator air scoop

Fuel drop tanks


Decals and all hardware.


Does not include:

radio, motor, glue, and silicon fuel line


P51B Mustang assembly document

(Adobe pdf format)

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Available in following colors:


  VQA05  -  Silver

  VQA06  -  Olive